https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-set-up-proftpd-on-ubuntu-12-04 How To Set Up ProFTPD on Ubuntu 12.04 inShare About ProFTP ProFTPD is a popular ftp server. Because it was written as a powerful and configurable program, it is not necessarily the lightest ftp server available for virtual servers. Step One—Install ProFTP You can quickly install ProFTP on your VPS in the command line: sudo apt-get install proftpd While the file is installing, you will be given the choice to run your VPS as an inetd or standalone server.
http://jasmeu.wordpress.com/2013/04/04/raspberry-pi-client-to-upload-to-dropbox-for-the-surveillance-webcam-in-the-cloud/ Raspberry Pi – Client to upload to Dropbox (for the Surveillance WebCam in the Cloud) Posted on April 4, 2013 by jasmeu As mentioned in the Raspberry Pi – Surveillance WebCam in the Cloud post, the idea is to continously upload the snaphosts in the cloud in order to have them safe and accessible from outside the local network. As there is no official Dropbox client for PI, and as I found no other solution on the web, I wrote my own little dropbox client
http://owncloud.org/features/ Features Access Your Data Store your files, folders, contacts, photo galleries, calendars and more on a server of your choosing. Access that folder from your mobile device, your desktop, or a web browser. Access your data wherever you are, when you need it. Sync Your Data Keep your files, contacts, photo galleries, calendars and more synchronized amongst your devices. One folder, two folders and more – get the most recent version of your files with the desktop and
http://cttoronto.com/03/16/2013/raspberry-pi-dropbox-sync/ March 16, 2013 by Marc Pelland For Pi Day, we decided that it would be fun if we built a system that would auto-post photos from the Raspberry Pi to our Facebook and Twitter accounts. We knew that it would be easier to just run all of it from the computer that was running the game, but this seemed like a good opportunity to learn something about the Raspberry Pi. As a result, we setup a system that would save images from the webcams in Flash to